Century Club / Nellie Reynolds Aday Morrow

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Nellie Reynolds Aday Morrow

Age: 100

Born in: Roanoke

Family: first husband, John Aday (deceased); second husband, Hubert Morrow (deceased); daughters, Imogene Kaiser, Betty Thompson, Evelyn Brewer and Shirley Kyle; sons Calvin Aday (deceased) and James C. Aday of Coppell; 16 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great-grandchildren.

Former occupations: retired from Ling-Temco-Vought/LTV, Grand Prairie

Education: graduated from Denton High School; attended Texas Woman’s University

Place of worship: Baptist faith

The best book I ever read was: the Bible.

My favorite television shows of all time: I Love Lucy, Gomer Pyle, Carol Burnett and the Lawrence Welk Show.

During World War II, I: raised children and began work at aircraft plant

I wish I knew how to: knit.

I’m happiest when: I’m with my children and traveling, in my earlier days.

The most important thing I’ve learned in 100 years: Be content with life and stay away from doctors.


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